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20 January 2010

West midlands firms to say "hola" to new business at mobile world congress in spain
seen at 07:37, 20 January in Adult Learning Inspectorate News - South West.

Businesses from the West Midlands are being invited to explore new opportunities at the largest conference in the world for the mobile and wireless sector.

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Twelve lowestoft women supporting each other to quit smoking
seen at 07:36, 20 January in Adjudicators Office News - South West.

They were the addicted dozen – who have become the triumphant twelve.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Uk government to continue offsetting its emissions through new contract
seen at 07:36, 20 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

On Monday 18 January 2010, the Government is launching the second phase of its Carbon Offsetting Facility (GCOF II) which will offset emissions resulting from Government air travel and potentially other emissions... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

£1m to fund research into renewable energy policy in the uk and uae
seen at 07:36, 20 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) and the United Arab Emirates have today announced £1m of joint funding for renewable energy policy research.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Cc outlines proposed crr changes
seen at 07:36, 20 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The Competition Commission (CC) has today published for consultation the changes it proposes to make to ITV’s Contract Rights Renewal (CRR) undertakings.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Nhs constitution now backed by law
seen at 07:36, 20 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

From today, all NHS organisations will be legally obliged to take account of the rights and pledges set out in the NHS Constitution.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Tax return deadline is looming
seen at 07:36, 20 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

NAT 06/10

The 31 January Self Assessment tax return deadline isn’t far away, so if you haven’t yet sent your return to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), you need to act quickly to avoid a £100 ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Better protection for vulnerable adults
seen at 07:36, 20 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The most vulnerable people in society will be better protected by local agencies such as councils, the police and the NHS, Care Services Minister Phil Hope announced today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Gurkhas to move giant catapult at dover castle
seen at 07:36, 20 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Today’s Soldiers come face to face with Medieval military hardware.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
New programme to make health inequalities everybody’s business
seen at 07:36, 20 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

A new programme in thirty areas of the country will support the health service and local public sector organisations to work together to reduce inequalities by tackling local challenges.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Government reveals tough new powers to tackle alcohol crime
seen at 07:36, 20 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

A ban on irresponsible promotions including “all you can drink for £10” deals plus a compulsory requirement to check under 18s for ID are among the final conditions of a proposed mandatory code for ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Communities in the north east benefit as youth crime action plan helps 31,700 young people
seen at 07:36, 20 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Almost 31,700 young people across the North East have benefited from £3.85 million of government funding, Policing and Crime Minister David Hanson MP announced today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
All cancer survivors to have a personalised assessment and care plan
seen at 07:36, 20 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

All cancer survivors will get the personalised care they need to lead as healthy and active a life as possible under plans published today in the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative vision.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Forensic science regulator’s report
seen at 07:36, 20 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Issued by the News Distribution Service on behalf of the Forensic Science Regulator Andrew Rennison, the Forensic Science Regulator, today publishes his first report since the position was created in February... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

West midlands firms to say "hola" to new business at mobile world congress in spain
seen at 07:36, 20 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Businesses from the West Midlands are being invited to explore new opportunities at the largest conference in the world for the mobile and wireless sector.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Defence in a changed world – flexible thinking, flexible forces
seen at 07:36, 20 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Speech as delivered by Admiral Sir Mark Stanhope, the First Sea Lord to the Berwin, Leighton and Paisner Defence Breakfast on Tue 19 Jan 10.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Welfare reform – fewer people left behind in this recession
seen at 07:36, 20 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

DWP009/10 A new test which focuses on what people can do rather than what they can't is keeping more people seeking work, new figures show today. Thousands of people are now moving towards work rather than being... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Healey calls on councils to use their powers to stop 'garden grabbing'
seen at 07:36, 20 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Housing and Planning Minister John Healey today published new, independent research that shows inappropriate building on back gardens is not a widespread, national problem and is often linked to councils’ failure... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Twelve lowestoft women supporting each other to quit smoking
seen at 07:36, 20 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

They were the addicted dozen – who have become the triumphant twelve.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Roadshow highlights blueprint for uk's life sciences
seen at 07:36, 20 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Firms across Yorkshire and the Humber are being offered the chance to help shape the future of the UK’s Life Sciences industry as a special roadshow begins a tour of the UK.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
M62 safety improvement scheme starts next phase
seen at 07:36, 20 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The Highways Agency is advising road users that the next phase of a £27.9million safety improvement scheme on the M62 in West Yorkshire starts this week.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Call to coastguard as three go into water near menai bridge
seen at 07:35, 20 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

At 1.40pm today Holyhead Coastguard were alerted to an incident unfolding near the Menai Bridge where a small rigid inflatable boat (RIB) had been seen to capsize and that three people were in the water. A further... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Adjudicator publishes decision on proposals to discontinue broadmead nursery and infant and broadmead junior schools, croydon, and establish a 3 to 11 community primary school
seen at 07:35, 20 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

The Office of the Schools Adjudicator has published a decision on statutory proposals by Croydon Council to close Broadmead Infant and Nursery and Broadmead Junior Schools and establish a new 3 to 11 community... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Equine infectious anaemia detected in horses
seen at 07:35, 20 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Equine infectious anaemia (EIA) has been detected in two horses in Wiltshire following importation from Romania via Belgium, Defra confirmed today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Under embargo: top british designers and architects to improve privacy and dignity in nhs hospitals
seen at 07:35, 20 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Top British designers and architects are working with the NHS to improve the experience of patients in hospital.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Embargoed until 00:01 20 january 2010 - longer franchises, more scope for innovation and new measures to penalise operators who walk away
seen at 07:35, 20 January in Boundary Commission for England News - South West.

Future rail franchises will be let for a minimum of ten years - with even longer contracts of up to 22 years possible in return for additional investment. Train operators are also to get more scope for innovation... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Uk government to continue offsetting its emissions through new contract
seen at 07:27, 20 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

On Monday 18 January 2010, the Government is launching the second phase of its Carbon Offsetting Facility (GCOF II) which will offset emissions resulting from Government air travel and potentially other emissions... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

£1m to fund research into renewable energy policy in the uk and uae
seen at 07:27, 20 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) and the United Arab Emirates have today announced £1m of joint funding for renewable energy policy research.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Cc outlines proposed crr changes
seen at 07:27, 20 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The Competition Commission (CC) has today published for consultation the changes it proposes to make to ITV’s Contract Rights Renewal (CRR) undertakings.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Nhs constitution now backed by law
seen at 07:27, 20 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

From today, all NHS organisations will be legally obliged to take account of the rights and pledges set out in the NHS Constitution.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Tax return deadline is looming
seen at 07:27, 20 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

NAT 06/10

The 31 January Self Assessment tax return deadline isn’t far away, so if you haven’t yet sent your return to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), you need to act quickly to avoid a £100 ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Better protection for vulnerable adults
seen at 07:27, 20 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The most vulnerable people in society will be better protected by local agencies such as councils, the police and the NHS, Care Services Minister Phil Hope announced today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Gurkhas to move giant catapult at dover castle
seen at 07:27, 20 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Today’s Soldiers come face to face with Medieval military hardware.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
New programme to make health inequalities everybody’s business
seen at 07:27, 20 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A new programme in thirty areas of the country will support the health service and local public sector organisations to work together to reduce inequalities by tackling local challenges.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Government reveals tough new powers to tackle alcohol crime
seen at 07:27, 20 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

A ban on irresponsible promotions including “all you can drink for £10” deals plus a compulsory requirement to check under 18s for ID are among the final conditions of a proposed mandatory code for ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Communities in the north east benefit as youth crime action plan helps 31,700 young people
seen at 07:27, 20 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Almost 31,700 young people across the North East have benefited from £3.85 million of government funding, Policing and Crime Minister David Hanson MP announced today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
All cancer survivors to have a personalised assessment and care plan
seen at 07:27, 20 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

All cancer survivors will get the personalised care they need to lead as healthy and active a life as possible under plans published today in the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative vision.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Forensic science regulator’s report
seen at 07:27, 20 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Issued by the News Distribution Service on behalf of the Forensic Science Regulator Andrew Rennison, the Forensic Science Regulator, today publishes his first report since the position was created in February... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

West midlands firms to say "hola" to new business at mobile world congress in spain
seen at 07:27, 20 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Businesses from the West Midlands are being invited to explore new opportunities at the largest conference in the world for the mobile and wireless sector.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Defence in a changed world – flexible thinking, flexible forces
seen at 07:27, 20 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Speech as delivered by Admiral Sir Mark Stanhope, the First Sea Lord to the Berwin, Leighton and Paisner Defence Breakfast on Tue 19 Jan 10.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Welfare reform – fewer people left behind in this recession
seen at 07:27, 20 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

DWP009/10 A new test which focuses on what people can do rather than what they can't is keeping more people seeking work, new figures show today. Thousands of people are now moving towards work rather than being... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Healey calls on councils to use their powers to stop 'garden grabbing'
seen at 07:27, 20 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Housing and Planning Minister John Healey today published new, independent research that shows inappropriate building on back gardens is not a widespread, national problem and is often linked to councils’ failure... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Twelve lowestoft women supporting each other to quit smoking
seen at 07:27, 20 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

They were the addicted dozen – who have become the triumphant twelve.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Roadshow highlights blueprint for uk's life sciences
seen at 07:27, 20 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Firms across Yorkshire and the Humber are being offered the chance to help shape the future of the UK’s Life Sciences industry as a special roadshow begins a tour of the UK.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
M62 safety improvement scheme starts next phase
seen at 07:27, 20 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The Highways Agency is advising road users that the next phase of a £27.9million safety improvement scheme on the M62 in West Yorkshire starts this week.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Call to coastguard as three go into water near menai bridge
seen at 07:27, 20 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

At 1.40pm today Holyhead Coastguard were alerted to an incident unfolding near the Menai Bridge where a small rigid inflatable boat (RIB) had been seen to capsize and that three people were in the water. A further... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Adjudicator publishes decision on proposals to discontinue broadmead nursery and infant and broadmead junior schools, croydon, and establish a 3 to 11 community primary school
seen at 07:27, 20 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

The Office of the Schools Adjudicator has published a decision on statutory proposals by Croydon Council to close Broadmead Infant and Nursery and Broadmead Junior Schools and establish a new 3 to 11 community... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Equine infectious anaemia detected in horses
seen at 07:27, 20 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Equine infectious anaemia (EIA) has been detected in two horses in Wiltshire following importation from Romania via Belgium, Defra confirmed today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Under embargo: top british designers and architects to improve privacy and dignity in nhs hospitals
seen at 07:27, 20 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Top British designers and architects are working with the NHS to improve the experience of patients in hospital.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Embargoed until 00:01 20 january 2010 - longer franchises, more scope for innovation and new measures to penalise operators who walk away
seen at 07:27, 20 January in News from Department of Constitutional Affairs - South West.

Future rail franchises will be let for a minimum of ten years - with even longer contracts of up to 22 years possible in return for additional investment. Train operators are also to get more scope for innovation... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Communities in the north east benefit as youth crime action plan helps 31,700 young people
seen at 07:21, 20 January in Assets Recovery Agency News - South West.

Almost 31,700 young people across the North East have benefited from £3.85 million of government funding, Policing and Crime Minister David Hanson MP announced today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Uk government to continue offsetting its emissions through new contract
seen at 07:19, 20 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

On Monday 18 January 2010, the Government is launching the second phase of its Carbon Offsetting Facility (GCOF II) which will offset emissions resulting from Government air travel and potentially other emissions... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

£1m to fund research into renewable energy policy in the uk and uae
seen at 07:19, 20 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) and the United Arab Emirates have today announced £1m of joint funding for renewable energy policy research.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Cc outlines proposed crr changes
seen at 07:19, 20 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

The Competition Commission (CC) has today published for consultation the changes it proposes to make to ITV’s Contract Rights Renewal (CRR) undertakings.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Nhs constitution now backed by law
seen at 07:19, 20 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

From today, all NHS organisations will be legally obliged to take account of the rights and pledges set out in the NHS Constitution.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Tax return deadline is looming
seen at 07:19, 20 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

NAT 06/10

The 31 January Self Assessment tax return deadline isn’t far away, so if you haven’t yet sent your return to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), you need to act quickly to avoid a £100 ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Better protection for vulnerable adults
seen at 07:19, 20 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

The most vulnerable people in society will be better protected by local agencies such as councils, the police and the NHS, Care Services Minister Phil Hope announced today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Gurkhas to move giant catapult at dover castle
seen at 07:19, 20 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Today’s Soldiers come face to face with Medieval military hardware.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
New programme to make health inequalities everybody’s business
seen at 07:19, 20 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

A new programme in thirty areas of the country will support the health service and local public sector organisations to work together to reduce inequalities by tackling local challenges.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Government reveals tough new powers to tackle alcohol crime
seen at 07:19, 20 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

A ban on irresponsible promotions including “all you can drink for £10” deals plus a compulsory requirement to check under 18s for ID are among the final conditions of a proposed mandatory code for ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Communities in the north east benefit as youth crime action plan helps 31,700 young people
seen at 07:19, 20 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Almost 31,700 young people across the North East have benefited from £3.85 million of government funding, Policing and Crime Minister David Hanson MP announced today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
All cancer survivors to have a personalised assessment and care plan
seen at 07:19, 20 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

All cancer survivors will get the personalised care they need to lead as healthy and active a life as possible under plans published today in the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative vision.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Forensic science regulator’s report
seen at 07:19, 20 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Issued by the News Distribution Service on behalf of the Forensic Science Regulator Andrew Rennison, the Forensic Science Regulator, today publishes his first report since the position was created in February... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

West midlands firms to say "hola" to new business at mobile world congress in spain
seen at 07:19, 20 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Businesses from the West Midlands are being invited to explore new opportunities at the largest conference in the world for the mobile and wireless sector.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Defence in a changed world – flexible thinking, flexible forces
seen at 07:19, 20 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Speech as delivered by Admiral Sir Mark Stanhope, the First Sea Lord to the Berwin, Leighton and Paisner Defence Breakfast on Tue 19 Jan 10.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Welfare reform – fewer people left behind in this recession
seen at 07:19, 20 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

DWP009/10 A new test which focuses on what people can do rather than what they can't is keeping more people seeking work, new figures show today. Thousands of people are now moving towards work rather than being... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Healey calls on councils to use their powers to stop 'garden grabbing'
seen at 07:19, 20 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Housing and Planning Minister John Healey today published new, independent research that shows inappropriate building on back gardens is not a widespread, national problem and is often linked to councils’ failure... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Twelve lowestoft women supporting each other to quit smoking
seen at 07:19, 20 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

They were the addicted dozen – who have become the triumphant twelve.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Roadshow highlights blueprint for uk's life sciences
seen at 07:19, 20 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Firms across Yorkshire and the Humber are being offered the chance to help shape the future of the UK’s Life Sciences industry as a special roadshow begins a tour of the UK.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
M62 safety improvement scheme starts next phase
seen at 07:19, 20 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

The Highways Agency is advising road users that the next phase of a £27.9million safety improvement scheme on the M62 in West Yorkshire starts this week.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Call to coastguard as three go into water near menai bridge
seen at 07:19, 20 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

At 1.40pm today Holyhead Coastguard were alerted to an incident unfolding near the Menai Bridge where a small rigid inflatable boat (RIB) had been seen to capsize and that three people were in the water. A further... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Adjudicator publishes decision on proposals to discontinue broadmead nursery and infant and broadmead junior schools, croydon, and establish a 3 to 11 community primary school
seen at 07:19, 20 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

The Office of the Schools Adjudicator has published a decision on statutory proposals by Croydon Council to close Broadmead Infant and Nursery and Broadmead Junior Schools and establish a new 3 to 11 community... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Equine infectious anaemia detected in horses
seen at 07:19, 20 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Equine infectious anaemia (EIA) has been detected in two horses in Wiltshire following importation from Romania via Belgium, Defra confirmed today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Under embargo: top british designers and architects to improve privacy and dignity in nhs hospitals
seen at 07:19, 20 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Top British designers and architects are working with the NHS to improve the experience of patients in hospital.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Embargoed until 00:01 20 january 2010 - longer franchises, more scope for innovation and new measures to penalise operators who walk away
seen at 07:19, 20 January in Charity Commission News - South West.

Future rail franchises will be let for a minimum of ten years - with even longer contracts of up to 22 years possible in return for additional investment. Train operators are also to get more scope for innovation... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Uk government to continue offsetting its emissions through new contract
seen at 07:12, 20 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

On Monday 18 January 2010, the Government is launching the second phase of its Carbon Offsetting Facility (GCOF II) which will offset emissions resulting from Government air travel and potentially other emissions... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

£1m to fund research into renewable energy policy in the uk and uae
seen at 07:12, 20 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) and the United Arab Emirates have today announced £1m of joint funding for renewable energy policy research.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Cc outlines proposed crr changes
seen at 07:12, 20 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

The Competition Commission (CC) has today published for consultation the changes it proposes to make to ITV’s Contract Rights Renewal (CRR) undertakings.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Nhs constitution now backed by law
seen at 07:12, 20 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

From today, all NHS organisations will be legally obliged to take account of the rights and pledges set out in the NHS Constitution.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Tax return deadline is looming
seen at 07:12, 20 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

NAT 06/10

The 31 January Self Assessment tax return deadline isn’t far away, so if you haven’t yet sent your return to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), you need to act quickly to avoid a £100 ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Better protection for vulnerable adults
seen at 07:12, 20 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

The most vulnerable people in society will be better protected by local agencies such as councils, the police and the NHS, Care Services Minister Phil Hope announced today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Gurkhas to move giant catapult at dover castle
seen at 07:12, 20 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Today’s Soldiers come face to face with Medieval military hardware.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
New programme to make health inequalities everybody’s business
seen at 07:12, 20 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

A new programme in thirty areas of the country will support the health service and local public sector organisations to work together to reduce inequalities by tackling local challenges.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Government reveals tough new powers to tackle alcohol crime
seen at 07:12, 20 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

A ban on irresponsible promotions including “all you can drink for £10” deals plus a compulsory requirement to check under 18s for ID are among the final conditions of a proposed mandatory code for ... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Communities in the north east benefit as youth crime action plan helps 31,700 young people
seen at 07:12, 20 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Almost 31,700 young people across the North East have benefited from £3.85 million of government funding, Policing and Crime Minister David Hanson MP announced today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
All cancer survivors to have a personalised assessment and care plan
seen at 07:12, 20 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

All cancer survivors will get the personalised care they need to lead as healthy and active a life as possible under plans published today in the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative vision.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Forensic science regulator’s report
seen at 07:12, 20 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Issued by the News Distribution Service on behalf of the Forensic Science Regulator Andrew Rennison, the Forensic Science Regulator, today publishes his first report since the position was created in February... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

West midlands firms to say "hola" to new business at mobile world congress in spain
seen at 07:12, 20 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Businesses from the West Midlands are being invited to explore new opportunities at the largest conference in the world for the mobile and wireless sector.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Defence in a changed world – flexible thinking, flexible forces
seen at 07:12, 20 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Speech as delivered by Admiral Sir Mark Stanhope, the First Sea Lord to the Berwin, Leighton and Paisner Defence Breakfast on Tue 19 Jan 10.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Welfare reform – fewer people left behind in this recession
seen at 07:12, 20 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

DWP009/10 A new test which focuses on what people can do rather than what they can't is keeping more people seeking work, new figures show today. Thousands of people are now moving towards work rather than being... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Healey calls on councils to use their powers to stop 'garden grabbing'
seen at 07:12, 20 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Housing and Planning Minister John Healey today published new, independent research that shows inappropriate building on back gardens is not a widespread, national problem and is often linked to councils’ failure... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Twelve lowestoft women supporting each other to quit smoking
seen at 07:12, 20 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

They were the addicted dozen – who have become the triumphant twelve.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Roadshow highlights blueprint for uk's life sciences
seen at 07:12, 20 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Firms across Yorkshire and the Humber are being offered the chance to help shape the future of the UK’s Life Sciences industry as a special roadshow begins a tour of the UK.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
M62 safety improvement scheme starts next phase
seen at 07:12, 20 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

The Highways Agency is advising road users that the next phase of a £27.9million safety improvement scheme on the M62 in West Yorkshire starts this week.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Call to coastguard as three go into water near menai bridge
seen at 07:11, 20 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

At 1.40pm today Holyhead Coastguard were alerted to an incident unfolding near the Menai Bridge where a small rigid inflatable boat (RIB) had been seen to capsize and that three people were in the water. A further... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Adjudicator publishes decision on proposals to discontinue broadmead nursery and infant and broadmead junior schools, croydon, and establish a 3 to 11 community primary school
seen at 07:11, 20 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

The Office of the Schools Adjudicator has published a decision on statutory proposals by Croydon Council to close Broadmead Infant and Nursery and Broadmead Junior Schools and establish a new 3 to 11 community... Read more Comment (0), Email this.

Equine infectious anaemia detected in horses
seen at 07:11, 20 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Equine infectious anaemia (EIA) has been detected in two horses in Wiltshire following importation from Romania via Belgium, Defra confirmed today.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Under embargo: top british designers and architects to improve privacy and dignity in nhs hospitals
seen at 07:11, 20 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Top British designers and architects are working with the NHS to improve the experience of patients in hospital.

Read more Comment (0), Email this.
Embargoed until 00:01 20 january 2010 - longer franchises, more scope for innovation and new measures to penalise operators who walk away
seen at 07:11, 20 January in HM Revenue & Customs News - South West.

Future rail franchises will be let for a minimum of ten years - with even longer contracts of up to 22 years possible in return for additional investment. Train operators are also to get more scope for innovation... Read more Comment (0), Email this.